Brazil-born Danny Lima started acting at 5 years old and played countless leads for Disney Channel Brasil for over 11 years, including top rated shows like ‘Disney Cruj’ (SBT \ Disney Channel/1999-2002), working with some of the top TV Directors in Brazil.
Danny got her first stage lead at 6, playing Cinderella in Sao Paulo, followed by a dozen major plays, and acted in countless prints and commercials in Brazil between 1994 to 2012. Followers can recognize her voice in many animation characters of Brazilian TV.
In 2013 Danny moved to the United States to pursue her career as an International Actress. She soon won awards for lead roles in the horror film ‘Sabina’ and the thriller ‘A Little Panic, A Little Fear’ (2014).
In 2015 Danny participated in the 48 Hours Festival in the short movie ‘Club Omicron’ which won Filmgate’s best film award, and played a vampire in ‘Miss Amalia’.
Danny is currently working in the movies ‘Beyond Zero’ and ‘Weddings and Funerals’, both in production phase, and is cast as the female lead in her first US feature, ‘Killer Eyes’. She is a dubbing voice actress for Portuguese Languages TV.
Danny lives in Miami, Florida.
Former professional wrestler Morrison James graduated from two of the most illustrious drama schools in the world – New York Film Academy (N.Y.F.A) in Los Angeles, California, and the National Institute of Dramatic Art (N.I.D.A ) in Sydney, Australia. He continues to display his extreme versatility by playing multiple contrasting roles across all genres.
Currently Morrison is filming 4 Feature Films – ‘2.22’, ‘Irreversible Choices’, ‘Damaged’ and ‘You’re Not Thinking Straight’.
Morrison has completed filming and ADR work on 9 Films, various Short Films, Voice Acting roles, Commercials, Web Series and Television.
Morrison’s passion is Feature Film – any genre with a great story to tell.
He has just been cast as Hunter Bob McCoy in U.S Feature Film ‘Freddrow’, due for worldwide release April 2017.
Morrison resides in Sydney, Australia
For more information, visit: http://www.imdb.me/morrison-james
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‘Hello to all the Killer Eyes Fans,
I have just been cast as Jimmy Malone in ‘Killer Eyes’ Feature Film.
I am over the moon, super excited about this film. It is a great story and I know this will be one of those special films.
Absolutely awesome script written by Lauran Childs.
Even better, Lauran will be directing the film which is sweet for us Actors to be directed by the creator.
I am very much looking forward to working with Lauran and the very talented cast she has and will choose.
Thank you “Killer Eyes” Fans
Dennis Matos has been a cop in New Jersey for over 20 years. He grew up on the Upper Westside of Manhattan where he always had a love for the arts. At the age of 24 he decided become a cop rather then pursue his love of acting. Never losing that love, he enrolled in the New Jersey School of Dramatic Arts at nights many many years later, and at the Playhouse Acting Academy.
Dennis was also a Stand Up Comedian in some of New York’s hottest comedy clubs, as well as featured in Discovery Channel Mobster Confession where he played mobster John Veasey. Dennis plans on retiring and pursuing his love of acting.
Hello my name is Corey Renard. I was born and raised in Miami Florida and went to high school at South Dade Senior High. Once I graduated high school I attended the University of Kentucky on a wrestling scholarship and earned my four-year degree in criminal justice. I also earned my masters degree in Homeland Security from Keiser University. Once I finished college I started my career at the Department of Corrections at Florida State Prison and worked there for approximately four years. I started my law enforcement career in 2005 and since then I have been on the SWAT team K9 unit and narcotics. I have two sons 6 years old and a 4 year old. My hobbies include power-lifting and mixed martial arts but my heart is into acting. I love to act and have been on HBO Ballers and also Evil Intentions.
Instagram: 4ever_iwill_ reign
Martin Maldonado is a Miami based actor, with experience in theatre as well as television. He hopes to expand further in the years to come. With most of his formative acting years spent in Los Angeles, he aspires to bring something new and fresh to the blossoming Miami scene.
Flavia Rocha, was born in Brazil in 1974, and since she was very little, she knew for sure that acting was her big passion. She did her acting degree in CAL- Cursos de Artes de Laranjeiras, Rio and after that she performed in several plays and also in short movies with great directors.
In 2005 Flavia moved to Mexico, where she did cinema school at M&M Studio- Patricia Reys Spindola.
She got a role in a mini series, directed by Julio Areola y Patricia Reys Spindola.
In the USA, Flavia directed a play in San Antonio, Texas – “Cri Cri” – for the Alliance Latina and she did a short movie that was produced by 2Vsion, a local Spanish TV station in Houston Texas.
Born in Chicago IL, Omar J. Lewis has been acting on stage and in many film projects in Houston, Texas, where he currently resides. Studying under Deke Anderson, he is tuning his craft to be a diverse actor able to tackle characters that some are afraid to portray. “I want to use my art to help others believe we create our reality, and anything is possible if you’re willing to work for it.”
An afro-Cuban fluent in Spanish, Angelo’s versatility is sure to break many casting molds. Angelo spent his earliest and most impressionable years growing up in diverse Miami neighborhoods like Little Haiti & Carol City, where he learned quickly the benefits of employing his wide aesthetic appeal and versatile social sense. Angelo Diaz is excited to bring this history and more to every line & every role, including “Eidolon”, a short horror film, and “Story”, both releasing this Spring. Stay tuned.
Quinn Moore began acting in Christian pre-school when she played Moses. In 3rd grade she began writing mini screen plays; acting and singing in her own satirical shorts. Finding herself drawn more to film than theatre and has had leading roles in several shorts films, and done stand-in work in TV series Pain and Gain and Magic City. Ultimately she plans to take her talents to the West Coast to gain more access to the plethora of film opportunities that there. Currently she has two thrilling films in the works.
Al Lawrence is an actor, paramedic, firefighter, and Swat police officer. This is his fourth year as a model in the South Florida Firefighter Calendar. He appeared in the HBO special Ballers and played a lawyer in Bloodlines. In Graceland he played an aircraft mechanic and Al has also appeared in a Burger King commercial.
Jordan Robinet is a former Marine Corps Infantryman with combat experience, and has training in mixed martial arts, pro-wrestling, and police tactics. Jordan studied acting while obtaining a Bachelors in Criminal Justice at the University of Detroit Mercy, where he performed as Dr. Murray in a theater production titled ‘Wings.’ He performed as a wrestler (Thanatos) before making the transition to screen acting. In the short film NEWTON’S CRADLE, Jordan takes the lead as John, a workaholic absentee father and husband. His other short films include MONKEY’S PAW, THE PACT, and WALK ON. Jordan has been fortunate to embody a variety of characters spanning multiple genres and styles. A skilled motorcycle and horse back rider, Jordan also volunteers at Bit-by-bit, a therapeutic horseback riding facility in Davie, FL.